《Sophie's World》是一本由Jostein Gaarder著作，Berkley出版的Paperback图书，本书定价：USD 7.99，页数：544，特精心从网络上整理的一些读者的读后感，希望对大家能有帮助。
●too brief for a history of philosophy yet too affected for a novel
●A great intro to philosophy.
《Sophie's World》读后感(二)：Some thoughts on this book
The first english book I have ever finished gives us a whole overview of western history of philosophy from pre-Socrates to contemporary. I prefer the modern philosophy existentialism. The existentialists hold that everyone should improve himself in order to adapt to this ever-changing world. This opinion has something to do with Darwinism - the law of the jungle, the survival of the fittest， which we should always keep in mind.
涉及哲学历史和经典理论的课凭什么也可以叫做” 哲学” 。于是，我买了一个干净漂亮
谁？ 把苏菲写在书里给自己的女儿席德看的那个作者是谁？ 把他们的故事写出来给我看的
学课而创造出来，写下来的”人物” ，在她的世界里，她被” 创造” 出来，她的” 命
运” 被这个世界的” 上帝” ，也就是席德的父亲所控制，她的14岁小姑娘的喜怒哀乐
，你要问，等一下，那么席德呢？ 席德的这个对苏菲来说无所不能的父亲呢？ 他们难道不
是贾德写出来的么？ 他们不也是为了书外的我们，而存在，被写书的人所控制的么？ 再等
一下，我们又怎么知道，现在读着这本书的我们，不是被一个更强大的” 上帝” 所控制
《Sophie's World》读后感(四)：After reading Sophie's World
ophie’s World is an outline of Western philosophy that is beautifully set in a fictional story. It goes from pre-Socratic philosophy all the way to Sartre.
Jostein Gaarder does a very good job not just by writing a concise history of philosophy, but also by writing a very accessible book for as far as early teenagers, which in itself is worthy of high praise. His comparison between different philosophers throughout the book is truly remarkable and made the book very enjoyable. He demonstrates, for example, the contrast between Aristotle and Plato by comparing their views about reality and the mind in a way that no philosophy textbook of which I know does. While reading the book and recalling my philosophy classes back at school, I continuously wished that something like Sophie's World was taught there instead of the bleak philosophy textbooks of which I practically remember nothing.
However, some may feel that certain philosophers were ignored by the author. I believe this was due to his fictional story, which was fascinating with its twists, and the questions it raised. And, I don't think it's reasonable to expect a full account of Western philosophy being condensed in less than a 500-page book. I believe certain lesser-known philosophers had to be overlooked, not just to achieve brevity, but also to ensure full integration between the fiction and non-fiction of the book. Nevertheless, the book covers vast philosophical grounds and is highly informative.
Finally, I think the most important thing in Sophie's World was that it shed light on the significance of various discoveries and advancements of civilization in our reality, and the influence they exerted throughout the ages on our thoughts and philosophies. This, in my view, can be better demonstrate by an artist than by a philosopher, which is what Gaarder did in the book and that's exactly why I highly recommend it.
《Sophie's World》读后感(五)：SOPHIE'S WORLD
ow this is a real page-turner. Even though you may not read this book, you could have known that it is an introductory reading to philosophy. A lot of people enjoy reading, but reading tastes differ widely. when referring to philosophy, some people may determine that it is a word doesn't exist in their dictionaries.I know some philosophy books or treatise can be intimidating, and I must put up with the fact that some people find philosophy boring, but I still believe that there is an enchanting way to learn philosophy. sophie's world is a book you can start with.
Here comes the spoiler paragraph.
First comes the part with sophie and Alberto, in which sophie received lessons from Alberto on the history of western philosophy that gave a brief presentation of thirty plus philosophers and their theories. So you venture out to a learning journey with this teenage girl, which can be a comfort or a stress. SEE, when you have a companion with you, the journey can be less lonely;but if your company is a teenager who still has intense curiosity, you can be burdened with the fact that she is quick to learn and has her own thought. I was often put to shame by her agility. When you
assume that this is all the book is about, you encounter a plot twist.
Then enter Hilde and her dad. As it turns out that the story with Sophie and Alberto is a birthday gift to Hilde from her dad, so Sophie and Alberto are just his
Here is the significant question--- How imagination interact with real people？
ecause they are not real, they can't die. When her father ended the story, Sophie and Alberto vanished. So from the part in which Sophie and Alberto realized that they didn't exist in reality, started Hilde's imagination. So I wonder when Hilde and
his father were together in their garden, where is the image of Sophie and Alberto
from？ Could it be from the writer？
What does others' imagination have anything to do with us？ I quote the conversation from Sophie and Alberto.
quot;Our world was nothing but his interventions."
quot;I haven't yet relinquished all hope that we may also intervene in their world."
I believe that's writer talking to us.
When we read the book, we are presented the imagination of the writer.
o see what I mean, what are they doing in your imagination？ That's how the
writer's imagination affect us.
ut the part of Joanna making out with a boy puzzled me？ Whose imagination？ and what is the significance？ How can you be certain that your whole life is not a dream？There is something between the lines. This appeared in Sophie and Alberto's story, and because of that uncertainty, Hilde's imagination kicked in. That's why the
writer left the story as it was.Actually, this is my interpretation of this book from
my first reading.
I will read Sophie's world again.